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Decorate a scarecrow and support Cloverdale Main Street


Decorate a scarecrow and support Cloverdale Main Street. In connection with Cloverween, your business can rent a custom-built frame and build your own scarecrow. The scarecrows will be displayed on the street lights along main street Sept. 23-Oct. 31. Trophies will be awarded for first, second and third place. (Courtesy Photo) Decorate a scarecrow and support Cloverdale Main Street. In connection with Cloverween, your business can rent a custom-built frame and build your own scarecrow. The scarecrows will be displayed on the street lights along main street Sept. 23-Oct. 31. Trophies will be awarded for first, second and third place. (Courtesy Photo) Cloverdale Main Street is proud to announce the Second Annual Scarecrow Event. In connection with Cloverween this is the opportunity for community involvement.

For a tax, deductible contribution of $25 your company can rent a custom-built frame with repositionable arms upon which you can create your personalized scarecrow.

The frames can be tastefully decorated to promote your company, or cause. These scarecrows will need to stand the test of weather and time. Scarecrows will be attached to the street lights along Main Street, from Sept. 23 through Halloween 2017. The frames will be rented out on a first-come, firstserved basis.

Scarecrow frames may be picked up At Marcy’s Jewelry as early as Aug. 15 and must be completed and delivered to First National Bank main office on Saturday, Sept. 23, no later than 1 p.m.

The Scarecrows will be taken down by Cloverdale Main Street.

The $25 fee and order form must be received by Saturday, Sept. 23. Make checks payable to Cloverdale Main Street and return with order form to Marcy’s Jewelry & Repair.

Trophies will be awarded for first, second and third place.

We also still have vendor space available. Contact Amy Hunter at coppertopmeadow@gmail.com.

Parade forms are also available if you would like to enter a float.

If you have any questions you may call Renea Cambron 317-270-7461 or email reneacambron44@gmail.com.

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